@gregraven Firstly Happy New Year to you and all the Netlify Community members !!
Thank you for your immediate response and apologies for late reply. I was on vacation and hence is the delayed response.
After going thru the link you provided, I added netlify name servers in google domain’s custom name servers list, below the microsoft name servers. Then I was able to access the website, but I was not able to send/receive external emails to my office 365. After couple of trial and error changes, I configured the name servers as below in Google’s custom name servers list.
Added netlify name servers
Then added the microsoft name servers
After that, Website started working and also I was able to send/receive external emails to my office 365.
I think the order of listing the name servers mattered in my case. I dont think I saw this info in the documentation.
@manojawa76 Your setup isn’t documented because it usually doesn’t work. You have tried to delegate DNS to two different name servers, MicrosoftOnline and Netlify. The correct way would be to have only one set of name servers, and make all of your DNS entries there. If it ever stops working, or works only inconsistently, you may have to revisit this matter.